About Lee

Our Customers Come First

Our business philosophy is simple. Our customers come first. Every company says, “Our customers come first,”  but have they really thought through what that means?

At Lee Container, it means we use technology to supply quality containers backed up with proactive customer service.


Simply put, high quality means great value.

We expect our customers to be more profitable, because we supply their containers.  Our goal each day is to make containers that are flawless, but the delivery of great value goes even farther than product quality.



We serve our customers proactively by offering innovative packaging solutions, and our customers know they can count on us for a rapid response to their requests.

One example is the use of warehousing services to shorten delivery times for our Crop Protection customers who have to react quickly to weather and market factors.



Over the years, we’ve been very successful at putting technology to work for our customers’ benefit.

We continuously upgrade our manufacturing equipment and computer systems to improve quality and increase capacity.

We’ve also invested in automated equipment to improve efficiency and to make our workplace safer.

Our Locations

Our southeastern U.S. manufacturing facility and our corporate offices are in Homerville, GA, 110 miles northwest of Jacksonville, Florida and conveniently located near I-75 between Atlanta and Orlando.

Lee Container’s Midwestern manufacturing plant and distribution center is located in Centerville, IA, about 90 miles from Des Moines and 155 miles northeast of St. Joseph, Missouri.

Our southwest manufacturing facility is situated in Nacogdoches, TX, 140 miles northeast of Houston and 180 miles southeast of Dallas.

275 Chambers Drive
Homerville, GA 31634

2800 Industrial Park Road
Centerville, IA 52544

1413 S. University Drive
Nacogdoches, TX 75691

Featured News

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Lee Container President Robert Varnedoe Inaugurate New Day Care Facility in Centerville.

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds visited Centerville to join Lee Container President Robert Varnedoe for a ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new Curious Kids Day Care Center, made possible by financial support from the Lee Container Group .